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Peak Glamping Hideaway in Derbyshire

Peak Glamping Hideaway is a luxury glamping site nestled in the Peak District National Park providing accommodation in two yurts and a romantic shepherds hut. The two yurts can sleep up to five guests with a kingsize bed and three futons. The shepherds hut sleeps two. Gorgeous facilities are shared on site and include a rolltop bath, huge hot showers, rustic handmade sinks and tradional high level toilets. Think sheepskin rugs, Egyptian cotton bedding, cosy log burners, delicious local welcome hampers and relaxing with unrivalled views.

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Reviews of Peak Glamping Hideaway

Stayed in the Harvest Moon yurt for a night and really wish we had the time to stay longer. The site is really remote, which was perfect for getting away from it all, nothing but rolling fields and the sound of the wildlife all around. The yurts are positioned a good distance away from each other, so you really feel like you have your own space and views all to yourself.

Loads of room in the yurt and an amazing comfy and oh so warm bed, the log burner gives out a lot of heat too, so makes it feel like a home from home. Bathroom and kitchen facilities are second to none, with breakfast goodies included in your stay - all local produce too. The owners have really excelled themselves with setting the site up and there is literally nothing you could want for while you’re there.

Cleanliness is top notch and better than a lot of hotels we’ve stayed in.

Really cannot fault this place and can’t wait till we return, for a longer stay next time!
Gill Bainbridge (21st May 2019)